2:00 p.m. Free Admission
Lake Champlain was a key strategic waterway for the French and British Colonizers and later for the United States States. As a result, the Champlain Valley was a battleground in the wars that shook North America in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
Join us on November 16th at 2:00 p.m. as historian Willard Sterne Randall presents on the role the Champlain Valley played in the War of 1812, the last war between the United States and Great Britain.
Professor Randall will be on hand to sell and sign copies of his new book about the War of 1812.
4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Admission: $8 Regular / $6 Senior/ Vermonter / $4 Children 6-12 / Free for Children under 6
Come Calling on Ethan and Fanny Allen, as we re-create a winter's evening at the Homestead! Start your experience in our Education Center, where you can learn some 18th Century dances, learn to write with quill and ink, make 18th Century Toys, or try on some 18th century clothing for a photo opportunity! Then take a tour of Ethan Allen's
Homestead where you can meet Ethan, Fanny, and some of their children. From 4-5:30 learn Colonial dances in our 18th Century Tavern, and at 6:00 p.m. see the Green Mountain Boys elect and promote a new officer!